Md. Tech Council, Mount Saint Mary’s to offer continuing education program
Maryland Tech Council and Mount St. Mary’s University announced a partnership to provide MTC’s members with continuing education opportunities.
As Supreme Court considers affirmative action, colleges see few other ways to diversity goals
As an alternative to affirmative action, colleges nationwide have tried a range of strategies to achieve the diversity they say is essential to their campuses.
New partnership expands UMGC health care catalog
The University of Maryland Global Campus announced it would expand its non-credit catalogue to include health care and information technology programs.
Philanthropists give record $3M donation to Jemicy School
Philanthropists Sandra and Malcolm Berman gave $3 million to Owings Mills-based Jemicy School, its most significant donation ever.
Key School senior wins $5K Crosby Marketing & Media Studies Scholarship
Key School senior Isabel Littmann received the 2023 Crosby Marketing & Media Studies Scholarship, the Annapolis-based company announced.
Cristo Rey president moving to Anne Arundel schools as COO
Cristo Rey Jesuit High School announced William “Bill” Heiser will leave the school in July to accept the position of COO for Anne Arundel County Public Schools.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy delivers surprise speech to Johns Hopkins
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy told Johns Hopkins University graduates to pursue their passions and uphold the democratic values at stake in his country’s war against Russia.
UMD Smith School names new Dingman Center managing director
The University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business has named the managing director of its Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship.
Hopkins, Towson recognized by Bloomberg Philanthropies’ ATI program
Johns Hopkins University and Towson University were recognized by Bloomberg Philanthropies for leading the way in access and success for lower-income students.
CCBC receives $10K grant for Women in Education initiative
The Community College of Baltimore County recently received a $10,000 grant from First Financial Federal Credit Union to support the college’s Women in Education initiative.
4th Circuit upholds admissions policy at elite Virginia high school
A divided 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the constitutionality of a new admissions policy at an elite public high school in Virginia.
Howard County students win Economics Challenge national championship
A team of students from Mt. Hebron High School in Howard County won the national championship of the Economics Challenge.